• Gary Miceli

OTHER: Autographed Fourth-Draft Script For Star Wars: A New Hope

This is an incredible autographed fourth-draft script for George Lucas’ film Star Wars: A New Hope (1977). The script is Dated "1 January 1976". "This 145-page script also bears the original title “The Adventures of Luke Starkiller, as taken from the ‘Journal of the Whills’”."

"Bound in a three-ring binder, the fourth-draft script features a blue card cover with a large triangular sticker showing Ralph McQuarrie’s original logo for “The Star Wars”. The front cover includes a yellow printed label for visual effects artist Lon Tinney. This early script offers remarkable insight into the creation of the beloved first Star Wars film, and includes early character names and locations which would be omitted or changed by the time of filming."

"The cover and title page were signed by many crew members during a 20th anniversary reunion of Industrial Light & Magic staff, including Barbara Nelson, Chris Casady, David McCue, David Robman, Doug Smith, James Shourt, Jerry Greenwood, Jim Nelson, Joe Johnston, Jonathan Seay, Kim Falkinburg, Paul Roth, Richard Edlund, Stuart Ziff, and many others. This script displays minor wear, but remains in good condition."

"Dimensions: 30 cm x 26 cm x 4 cm (11 ¾” x 10 ¼” x 1 ½”)"

This autographed script sold on September 20th, 2018 for $10,000 with the Propstore auction.


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